Digital printing uses advanced technologies to print designs directly onto textiles. We offer two digital printing methods: DTF (Direct to Film) and DTG (Direct to Garment). Depending on the specifics of your project, we'll direct you to one or the other.

DTF involves printing the design onto a special film, which is then transferred to the textile using heat and pressure.

DTG uses a special printer with high-resolution print heads to print directly onto the textile.


  • No development costs (dies, screens, etc.)
  • Accurate reproduction of fine details and vivid color combinations
  • Suitable for complex designs, e.g. photographs
  • Infinite customization possibilities


  • Limitations in terms of compatibility with certain types of fabric
  • Risk of image quality degradation on certain textiles


Although this technique reduces waste and ink consumption compared to screen printing, digital printing can have an environmental impact. The production of modern machines consumes a great deal of energy compared with equipment for other printing methods.


Digital printing is the result of the evolution of printing technology. While the first inkjet printers appeared in the 1950s, DTG and DTF methods are more recent developments that have revolutionized the textile decoration industry over the past decade.

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